Ham = Easter

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Calling it Hamster might be going a bit too far, but Ham really is the centerpiece of Easter the table. With that in mind, cooking your own ham can feel like a big endeavor with all that can be crammed into a holiday weekend. So let us help. ...

We have delicious bone-in and boneless hams that are glazed in-store by our Market Partners with our signature seasonings and then spiral-sliced for easy serving, in both Hickory and Honey flavors.

Now we know that picking up a prepared ham might not fulfill your DIY foodie desires, so we have a few ideas of ways to add those few special extra touches to create a festive and foodie Easter with a little less effort.

Centerpiece Serving:
Once your ham is warm and ready, transfer it to a large serving platter, preferably one with 2-3 inches around the ham. This will let you fill the platter with accompaniments like roast vegetables, asparagus (see below), leafy greens, or something sweet like apricots.

Consider Your Condiments:
Both chutneys and mustards are a great way to add additional flavor to your ham. May we suggest either a quick Apple-Raisin Chutney or one of our favorite prepared mustards, Mustard Girl Zesty Horseradish Mustard or Vilux Dijon Whole Grain.

Sensational Sides:
You also don’t need to spend all day making sides stop by our Chef Prepared department and grab a pound or two of Aunt Pearl’s Potato Salad or grab fresh spinach and mix it with a balsamic vinaigrette, spiced pecans, and fresh strawberries. Another quick and easy crowd pleaser is Sautéed Asparagus with Lemon Dill Butter, and still delicious.

Have a Happy (and easy) Easter.

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